Hath been counted worthy of more glory than Moses (pleiono doxh para Mwushn hxiwtai). Perfect passive indicative of axiow, to deem worthy, permanent situation described with definite claim of Christ's superiority to Moses. Doxh in genitive case after hxiwtai. For para after the comparative pleiono see 1 Timothy 1:41 Timothy 1:9 ; 1 Timothy 2:7 . By so much as (kaq oson). A proportionate measurement (common use of kata and the quantitative relative oso). Than the house (tou oikou). Ablative case of comparison after pleiona. The architect is superior to the house just as Sir Christopher Wren is superior to St. Paul's Cathedral. The point in the argument calls for Jesus as the builder (o kataskeuasa, first aorist active participle of kataskeuazw, to found or build). But it is God's house as autou means (verses 1 Timothy 25 ) and ou in verse 1 Timothy 6 . This house of God existed before Moses ( 1 Timothy 11:21 Timothy 11:25 ). Jesus as God's Son founded and supervised this house of God.